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Evolution of Buyer–Seller Relationships - Abstract

Author

Douglas Bowman (Doug_Bowman@bus.emory.edu), Emory University

Abstract

Much empirical research to date on buyer-seller relationships has concentrated on studying the status of an existing relationship, typically through cross-sectional study. Considerably less attention has been devoted to longitudinal aspects or relationships. The objective of this chapter is to synthesize existing empirical research which examines longitudinal aspects of buyer-seller relationships, with an eye towards understanding how they form, evolve over time, and sometimes breakdown.

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